What you need to know
- Eve announced the Spectrum monitor today.
- The monitor has 1ms response time and a 240Hz display.
- The optional monitor stand can rotate and tilt to provide more viewing options.
- The monitor is available for reservation starting at $359.
Eve announced the Spectrum monitor today. The monitor packs an impressive lineup of specs, including a 1ms response time, up to a 240Hz display, and a single cable that supports video, data, and 100W charging simultaneously. The monitor is available in three versions which you can reserve now on Eve's website. The QHD 144Hz version costs $359, the QHD 240Hz version costs $499, and the 4K 144Hz version costs $599.
The monitor supports HDR and gets up to 750 nits of peak brightness. It also supports P3 wide color gamut, making it worth looking at for creators. It's NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro certified. You can read the full specifications of each Spectrum model on Eve's website
You can order the 27-inch monitor with an optional Spectrum stand for $99. The stand can rotate to support a vertically-based monitor and tilt to change the monitor's viewing angle. Right now, to order any of the Spectrum products, you need to put down a $100 deposit which Eve states is fully refundable.
The specs and design of the Spectrum monitor are impressive, but some will hesitate to order from Eve. The company struggled with undelivered orders, delayed orders, and other issues in the past. Eve states that it addressed these issues, but the company has not released a product since making these changes. Before putting down any money, you should look into Eve's business model and decide if you are happy with it.
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